Situated at the tip of the Mornington Peninsula at the entrance to Port Phillip Bay, Point Nepean is the site of two historic, 19th-century landmarks - the fortifications and the quarantine station that defended the Colony of Victoria against disease and foreign attack.
Visitors can access Point Nepean and the former Quarantine Station to see the remains of the fortifications and quarantine station and can follow interpretive trails.
The Point Nepean Defence Sites and Quarantine Station were included in the National Heritage List on 16 June 2006.
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